Home Nigeria REMINISCENCES; NON-VIOLENT INTERVENTIONS: HOW UNIVERSITY STUDENTS MESMERISED GOVERNMENT PEACEFULLY

REMINISCENCES; NON-VIOLENT INTERVENTIONS: HOW UNIVERSITY STUDENTS MESMERISED GOVERNMENT PEACEFULLY

578
0
SHARE

Spread the loveTERRIFIC HEADLINES is featuring some serialized events that are in public interest, simply to enlighten members of the general public who may not be aware of their rights and limitations. This is part of our social responsibility. In Law, ignorance is not an excuse. Similarly, nobody or institution has the right to trample on the rights of people as enshrined in the constitution. TERRIFIC HEADLINES is not encouraging anybody or groups of people to demonstrate or confront constituted authorities; but no law says you cannot act in conformity with the provisions of the constitution. One thing is clear – It is illegal and senseless to engage in disturbance of public peace or destroy lives and property because anybody is aggrieved; since there are processes for redress legally. THE GLAMOUR It is very normal in this part of the world to notice the glamour associated with wielding political power. But majority of all those who govern at the highest stratum, should they decide to tell the truth, will say out that it is not all glamour; but a task overloaded by immense responsibilities of living up to expectations of the people, that is indeed tasking. It should naturally be expected, that those who manage governments and corporate organizations would experience huge difficulties because human beings, as part of the resources expected to be managed, constitute the most difficult aspect of management. People wishing to step into the saddle or inherit the mantle have enormous responsibilities thrust on their shoulders. The fact is that whoever governs at the federal and state levels in Nigeria and quits without developing hypertension should give glory to God and count himself or herself extremely lucky. The pressure mounted on these rulers is simply too enormous. This is one of the reasons why tempers may

This content is restricted to site members. Please, fill the form below to login or register for free

Existing Users Log In
   
New User Registration
*Required field